Networking Without the Elevator Pitch “Creating a culture that supports networking through mentorship, can allow budding industry professionals to practice talking to industry experts without the pressure of a well-rehearsed elevator pitch. In this blog, I discuss how mentorship can help EPs reframe their approach to networking at e-Health 2017.”
QuickrCar Blog “My story is quite simple I would say. I spent the past 9 years building and scaling healthcare companies. My passion for healthcare was deep routed from being a child and aspiring to be a doctor. From there I put tireless hours into helping patients truly access healthcare. It was late 2015 when the light bulb for Quick’rCare truly shined.”
Innovation Alley: Vistacan “Attending the eHealth conference in Toronto last year gave our company experiences that we otherwise wouldn’t have had, and allowed us to continue trying to grow our business. The networking events provided us with great opportunities to connect with other health professionals, as well as gave us access to leading decision makers within Canada’s health care industries.”
Rena Yeung’s Blog “Our team had devoted the majority of our professional careers to different facets of Canadian healthcare and we could no longer ignore the elephant in the room. We’d all owned smartphones for nearly a decade and observed its heavy use in our respective professional environments. It was obvious that smartphone use in the workplace was only going to get bigger.”
The Case for Optimism – Reimagining Health care delivery in Canada “What makes e-Health unique is the wide breadth of expertise it is able to draw on, from industry, to policy makers, to clinicians, to patients, researchers, vendors and the HI community. Together, they are able to raise relevant and timely topics that generate new questions and innovative thinking. I have been an active participant in e-Health for several years, and each year I leave the conference with new insights and energy.”
Join #eHealth2016 Tweet Chat on Information Sharing and Innovation in Canadian Health Care “Whether you’re attending #eHealth2016 or not (and if you’re not, you should be), one thing is true – health care is evolving at a breakneck speed, thanks in part to digital health. As I said in my rant video, “If you think you know everything, well you don’t. What you think you knew yesterday has changed today.”
#Ehealth2016 – Inquiring Minds Want to Know “It’s a good time to start to contemplate some of the big questions facing the health IT community in Canada and wondering whether this mega-meeting hosted in Vancouver, courtesy of COACH, Infoway and CIHI will provide any answers to these questions.”
Hacking Health Design Challenge: The Road to Innovation “A wide range of ideas were pitched with a total of 16 teams emerging from the fray. What are some of the project ideas that will be showcased by the teams at e-Health? It’s definitely worth having a look at Sparkboard to see them all”
What If? Moving Our Health System from Today to Tomorrow “Shiran Isaacksz is Senior Director – Regional/Provincial Portfolio, Shared Information Management Services with the University Health Network and a Director with the COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association Board. By asking yourself, “What if?” how can we move from the health system we have today to the one we want tomorrow?
Get To Know Your Keynotes! “We are all inherently curious. In fact, curiousity is associated with all aspects of human development as it essentially drives our desire to acquire new knowledge and skills. From infancy to adulthood, we are constantly asking why, how, what if. We are curious about how things work, why things happen the way they do and, we are especially curious about each other. What makes people tick?”
From #HIMSS16 to #ehealth2016 – New Work, New Roles and a New Language “We need the Intelligence Augmenter, stat! “The diagnostic algorithm’s out of whack and the Transition Specialist wants to know how the interface outflow is correlating the patient’s Fitbit data into the Director of Decentralized Asset Management’s new discharge interface. And we can’t reach the Business Analyst for Patient Workflow.”
Reimagining Health Care Delivery in Canada at e-Health 2016 This is a time for risk taking, innovation and exploration. To do this effectively, we need to step outside our comfort zone. One way to approach this is to look to other industry examples. It’s no secret that innovation is happening faster outside the traditional healthcare system. And that’s where we need to look to find our inspiration.
Why I Volunteered at the e-Health Conference (and Why You Should Too) By volunteering, I intended to engage with industry experts, learn about current trends in health information technology, and take the opportunity to share the knowledge and experience I gained throughout graduate school. One year later, I’m here to pay it forward, sharing the top three reasons for why you should register to volunteer at e-Health 2016.
My eHealth Prescription Attending University away from home, people would often ask me, “what are you studying?” and I would respond “Health Informatics, of course”. Most of the time I would either get a blank stare or a follow up question “do you mean Health Sciences?” 6 years ago the dynamic has changed and we are in the age of eHealth and Health Informatics. Currently, healthcare and technology are intersecting and with the merge of these industries, we are going to be able to achieve great things.
Reimagining Healthcare – Connecting Care! This year’s Sunday Symposium features renowned national and international experts presenting on the newest integration tools and their positive impact on clinical workflow and practice. Join us and understand the latest experiences of leading digital health developers and users towards connecting care for optimal patient outcomes!
What is Hacking Health? If you’ve been to the e-Health 2014 or 2015 Conferences, you’re already familiar with our mission to transform healthcare by connecting healthcare professionals with designers, developers, innovators and entrepreneurs to build realistic, human-centric solutions to front-line healthcare problems.